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Worldwide historical National Accounts now in one public database: new research possibilities 

31 March 2009
Researchers of the Groningen Growth and Development Centre at the Faculty of Economics and Business have set up a database which brings together all available, but often fragmented, data on all major European and Asian economies. Their national accounts of the whole 19th and 20th centuries have now been standardized, so that they are ready for comparative economic research. The 'Historical National Accounts datahub' is available via the GGDC website


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